Professional Learning Podcast Treasury Lesson Plans Personal Workspace Site Search ALEXville Learning Assets Home Courses of Study

Narrow Results:

Lesson Plans (1) A detailed description of the instruction for teaching one or more concepts or skills. Podcasts (1) A program (audio or video) made available in digital format for playback or download over the Internet. Informational Materials (1) Textual information containing useful facts or information.
Interactives/Games (1) A learning object that requires a user's involvement. Learning Activities (1) Any activity that would enhance a lesson or unit in order to help the learner master an objective 
and/or acquire a skill.  Examples include, but are not limited to, online tutorials, experiments, 
demonstrations, and hands-on activities. Teacher Tools (1) An extensive set of online resource tools teachers can use to enhance student learning or increase teacher productivity often useful across grade levels and/or subject areas (Aligned to professional learning standards instead of content standards).


Web Resources


Lesson Plans


Save to ALEX | Share Share | Show Details
Judgment Day: For and Against Freedom
http://www.pbs.org/w...
This lesson uses a program segment and primary sources to deepen understanding of the militant phase of anti-slavery activism inspired by the pamphlets, newspapers, speeches, and organized campaigns of early 19th-century abolitionists. Students can perform guided research into the lives and ideologies of famous abolitionists, notably women abolitionists, and create fictional dialogues between them.

Podcasts


Save to ALEX | Share Share | Show Details
Video: The Tragedy of the Donner Party
http://www.pbs.org/w...
This video would be used with a lesson plan in American literature or American history to add interest and help students construct meaning from the experiences of early American struggles.

Informational Materials


Save to ALEX | Share Share | Show Details
Slave Literature in a New America
http://www.pbs.org/w...
America's journey through slavery is presented in four parts, each with a historical narrative, a resource bank, and a teacher's guide. Compliments of PBS.

Interactives/Games


Save to ALEX | Share Share | Show Details
You're Accused! - An Interactive Game based on the Salem Witch Trials
http://law2.umkc.edu...
While teaching America's early history or The Crucible, this game inspires students to learn through role-play. Students must choose which action to take after being accused of witchcraft. The consequences of that choice are then displayed to the student.

Learning Activities


Save to ALEX | Share Share | Show Details
Judgment Day: For and Against Freedom
http://www.pbs.org/w...
This lesson uses a program segment and primary sources to deepen understanding of the militant phase of anti-slavery activism inspired by the pamphlets, newspapers, speeches, and organized campaigns of early 19th-century abolitionists. Students can perform guided research into the lives and ideologies of famous abolitionists, notably women abolitionists, and create fictional dialogues between them.

Teacher Tools


Save to ALEX | Share Share | Show Details
Slave Literature in a New America
http://www.pbs.org/w...
America's journey through slavery is presented in four parts, each with a historical narrative, a resource bank, and a teacher's guide. Compliments of PBS.

Alabama Virtual Library
Alabama Virtual Library

Hosted by Alabama Supercomputer Authority
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
The Malone Family Foundation
The Malone Family Foundation
Thinkfinity
Thinkfinity
Best of the Web

Web Design by: Digital Mason LLC